This year, the winners of some of the most prestigious awards for UK businesses, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, will be revealed on 21 April.
While much happened in March 2018, the UK largely focussed on recruitment and ways to retain top and international talent.
Slow consumer demand on the high street is combining badly with spikes in inflation to create a tricky situation for business owners, who are spending less time planning for Brexit as a result. Whether or not this is ‘head in the sand’ behaviour is up for debate.
The contract to manufacture the UK’s post-Brexit blue passport was recently awarded to Franco-Dutch outfit, Gemalto, over incumbent British firm, De La Rue. A political storm ensued, leading to sections of the media and readers to describe the decision as treasonous.
Where ministers want to give the Apprenticeship Levy time to find its feet, Charlie Mullins is calling for complete change in a system that’s inefficient and unworkable.
Over half of Britain’s SMEs would welcome a second EU referendum on whether or not to accept the Brexit deal when negotiations with the EU conclude, new analysis has found.
Following the latest NLW increase on 1 April, a survey of more than 500 SME workers, who are paid the NLW, were asked how their roles had changed since the statutory measure was first introduced in April 2016.
Fashion is always a tricky subject. One man’s pride in his suit jacket and jeans combination is another’s faux pas – usually for anyone under the age of 25!
It’s hard to remember an event as devastating to the reputation of social media as recent revelations around Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. But, social media shouldn’t be written off as evil just yet, writes Stream Time CEO Trevor Evans.
At the International Fintech Conference in London, chancellor Philip Hammond announced the Fintech Sector Strategy in a bid to secure the UK’s place as leader of finance and technology.
Luxury fashion brands and online retailers have become the most popular companies to work for in Britain, according to the latest survey from LinkedIn.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s whistle-stop guided tour around the state of the country’s finances didn’t reveal anything to get anyone’s pulse racing, but it appears the more interesting parts were in what he didn’t say.